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said Ralph when they got into the street; 'now you're provided for.
And that other child--not on the hearth--he would not forget it; he would see that it was well provided for.
Examples of benefits provided for involuntary terminations include severance pay, continued access to health insurance through the employer's group insurance plan, career counseling, and out-placement services.
Each student's IEP must include (a) a statement of the special education and related services and supplementary aids and services to be provided to the child or on behalf of the child; (b) a statement of the program modifications or supports for school personnel that will be provided for the child; (c) a statement of any individual modifications in the administration of State or district-wide assessments of student achievement that are needed in order for the child to participate in the assessment; and (d) the projected date for the beginning of the services and modifications, and the anticipated frequency, location, and duration of the services and modifications.
119-1(a)(2) states that meals are provided for the convenience of the employer if they are provided for a"substantial noncompensatory business reason.
In the case of automobiles provided for security reasons, private-sector employees must include in income the value of the transportation the employee would have used, absent the security concerns.
Special exceptions are provided for vehicles having historic value, such as cable or trolley cars.
Software is provided for rules checking and repair, ensuring design compatibility with the LBIST technique.
Meals provided on the employer's premises that the employee consumes during the period he or she works overtime or meal money provided for meals consumed during overtime satisfy this condition [Treasury regulations section 1.
In determining whether meals are provided for the convenience of the employer, Sec.
A similar exception is provided for purposes of the minimum participation requirements of section 401(a)(26) and the 55-percent average benefits test of section 129(d)(8).
Coverage is provided for businesses that use the Internet primarily for advertising activities, including banners and home pages.